Cite Soleil

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Cité Soleil (English: Sun City) is an extremely impoverished and densely populated slum located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Cité Soleil originally developed as a shanty town and grew to an estimated 200,000 to 400,000 residents, the majority of whom live in extreme poverty. The area is generally regarded as one of the largest and poorest slums of the Western Hemisphere. The area has virtually no sewers and has a poorly maintained open canal system that serves as its sewage system. Half of the houses of Cité Soleil are made of cement with a metal roof, half are made completely of scavenged material. An estimated 60 to 70% of houses have no access to a latrine.

Citè Soleil is home to Healing Haiti's Hope Church and School located in one of the poorest parts of Citè Soleil, Soleil 17.

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Hope Church Dedication: Feb 28, 2016

Published Tue, Mar 01, 16. Written by Jeffrey Gacek.

Imagine the children of Cite Soleil having a place to know God, to be safe, to dream of a better life, to sit and breathe in hope. Imagine. Today we imagine no longer.

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When fragments of previous chapters of life unite for a new purpose bearing God’s fingerprints, joy overflows.  I felt it during my first trip to Haiti in 2012.  I thought it wou...

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Alisha Shanaëlle

Alisha Shanaëlle just started Kindergarten at Hope School in Cite Soleil.

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Aloude

Aloude is a joyful woman, who fondly remembers jumping rope. She is 66 years old and has five children. Most of her children live in Cite Soleil,...

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Amie Roseline

She is a 54-year-old who went blind eight years ago from glaucoma. She is married to Ohoracius Durocher. She has four children, however two have died. Her son Macinson helps out. Roseline was a ...

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Archil

Archil is in his 3rd year of Kindergarten at Hope School in Cite Soleil. 

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Benitha

Benitha is a 54 year old woman living in Cite Soleil. She is one of our original Elders in Cite Soleil. Benitha uses a wheelchair after ...

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Berlin

Berlin just started his first year of Kindergarten at Hope School in Cite Soleil. He likes to play.

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Hope Clinic: Cite Soleil

1 in 5 Children in Cite Soleil will die from easily treatable condtions. Children who we have carried water with, children attending hope school. Children you know. In 2018, you can change this by ...

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Hope & Grace Clinic Concert

Hope & Grace Clinic Concert for Haiti Rachel and David Folden are hosting a concert on Saturday August 24th. The concert benefits will support Healing Haiti's medical ministry. The goal is to ...

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Deliver Clean Water: Cite Soleil

According to UNICEF, only 30% of Haitians have access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation. Without clean water, even if they have food, children die from malnutrition because of parasi...

Fleri Farms: Job Creation

Fleri Farm, Cite Soleil, Haiti Fleri Farms is a commercial agribusiness located on 28 acres of prime agricultural land in the Cul-de-Sac corridor of Port-au-Prince. Eighty percent of Haiti&rsquo...

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Haiti is a food-deficit country. 50 percent of national requirements are imported. United Nations World Food Program (WFP) warns that 1.5 million residents of Haiti potentially will remain at risk ...

Hope Church

Help Support Hope Church in Cite Soleil. Hope Church opened it's doors in February, 2016. It is a beacon of light in one of the poorest areas of Cite Soleil and provides hope through a relation...

Hope Church and School

Support Hope Church and School in Cite Soleil, Haiti Fund a tile and be part of planting Hope Church and School in Cite Soleil, Haiti and help bring hope to children and families in need. ...

Send a Child to Hope School

Hope School is located in Cite Soleil, Sun City, Haiti and is preparing to open its doors in the fall of 2016. Families in this area have little or no means to attend school and without education a...